Fraternal Law Partners Elects New Partner

Fraternal Law Partners Elects New Partner

Fraternal Law Partners Elects New Partner

The Cincinnati law firm of Fraternal Law Partners  is pleased to announce that it has elected a new partner, Micah E. Kamrass.

Micah practice focuses on higher education law, real estate law, and election/campaign finance law. In his higher education law practice, Micah serves as general counsel and special counsel to numerous international fraternities and sororities and their affiliated entities. In his real estate practice, Micah provides counsel on a wide range of real estate matters to clients ranging from small family-owned businesses to some of the largest companies in the world. In his election/campaign finance law practice, Micah provides trusted counsel to many of Cincinnati’s elected officials and other civic leaders.  

Micah attended The Ohio State University for undergraduate, graduate, and law school. While there, he served as Student Body President where he represented 40,000 students. Micah was also President of the Ohio State University chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi and served as a member the Alpha Epsilon Pi international Supreme Board of Governors. In addition to his law degree, Micah has a Doctorate in Higher Education Leadership and Policy from Vanderbilt University. Micah also serves as an Adjunct Professor of Higher Education Law at the University of Louisville. 


About Fraternal Law Partners

The law firm of Fraternal Law Partners, a division of Manley Burke, LPA, was founded in 2012 by Timothy M. Burke, Sean P. Callan, and John E. Christopher. We are the only law practice dedicated to the legal issues impacting fraternities, sororities, student life organizations, and their related charitable foundations.

Fraternal Law Partners provides legal counsel on business matters – real estate and housing, corporate governance, employment issues, tax, grant-making, and fundraising and stewardship support – as well as risk management and hazing counsel, crisis and incident management, litigation and other liability issues.

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